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Apr 27, 2014 5:00am PDT
on a global level. the league has owners from russia. president obama is in malaysia. they have an owner from sou east asia, india. they look at our culture and race differently. it can impact business, period. this needs to be handled and dealt with permanently. >> two quick thoughts if i may. i think this part is encouraging. i'm not being naive. i'm not saying donald sterling is the only person who holds these views ta may come out in an unguarded moment. more and more people like donald sterling are outliers. it's not just african-americans in the league it's everyone. i had dinner last night with an nba executive who happens to be white. he's outraged and concerned about this. people are appalled. people within the league are appalled. the nba has been a progressive league. virtually even involve had had this the league wants to put this behind them and thought it was behind them and has no place in the nba. i would slightly disagree with charles that while the nba players may have no direct power they have the power of influencing public opinion. perhaps post playoffs or after the clipp
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